Roland Park Foundation

To learn more about Roland Park Foundation and how you can get involved, please email: 

What is the Roland Park Foundation?  The Roland Park Foundation, a non-profit 501c3, was created in 2018 by parent volunteers to raise funds for administration-directed single and multi-year projects benefitting our amazing students, school, and staff.  

What projects does the Roland Park Foundation support?  School administrators identify and prioritize projects and programs to enhance the learning experience at Roland Park.  Parent volunteers raise money through the annual Fall Dragon Donors Campaign and Annual Spring Dragon Fire Ball to FUND these identified projects and programs.

Based on the needs and wants identified and prioritized by Roland Park’s Administration, funds are raised through the Annual Fall Dragon Donor Campaign (August 8 – September 1, 2023) and Annual Dragon Fire Ball (February 9, 2024) and spent to directly impact our students, teachers, and campus. With the over $190,000 dollars raised in ’22-23 from families and Business Sponsors like you, RP Foundation was able to fully fund the below projects in the last school year alone.

See a full accounting of the 2022-2023 Foundation Fundraising and Spending here.

What did the Roland Park Foundation Fund do in 2021-2022?  The Roland Park Foundation raised over $130,000, which funded:

How can I support the Roland Park Foundation?  

Funding for a world-class learning experience CANNOT happen without the generosity of our Dragon Donors.  Every dollar raised will be put to immediate use addressing the administration’s prioritized list of projects and programs.  Dragon Donor levels range from $25-$10,000 and can be made online, or checks can be mailed payable to Roland Park Foundation, Inc.:  

To learn more about Roland Park Foundation and how you can get involved, please email:

Please contact Amy Bass at 772-321-9442 for donations greater than $2,500 or with any questions you may have.

RP Foundation Overview

RP Foundation Overview

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